## Teaching Experience

### Courses involved in Present Semester

- Heat and Mass Transfer (ME - 324) : This is a core course for 6th semester B.Tech. (ME) students. It discusses the fundamentals of heat transfer, starting from the principles of thermodynamics. All three modes of heat transfer are discussed in detail, along with related topics of heat exchanger and mass transfer.
- Engineering Mechanics (ME - 101) : as a Tutor

### Courses involved in Earlier Semesters

- Thermodynamics (ME - 211) : This is a core course for 3rd semester B.Tech. (ME) students. It introduces the beginners to the fundamental concepts of thermodynamics and discusses the laws of thermodynamics, to prepare the backdrop for the applied subjects.
- Mechanical Measurements (ME - 323) : This is a core course for 6th semester B.Tech. (ME) students. It discusses the basic characteristics of measurement systems, simplified mathematical models and tools to analyze system performance. Working principles of common instruments to measure general quantities like displacement, velocity, force, torque, pressure, temperature and flow rate are discussed in details.
- Applied Thermodynamics - I (ME - 321) : This is a core course for 6th semester B.Tech. (ME) student. It includes thermodynamics of vapor power cycles, steam generator, steam turbine, condenser & cooling tower, refrigeration & air-conditioning and reciprocating air compressor. I taught the course in 2014 summer.
- Numerical Analysis (ME - 542) : This is a core course for 1st semester M.Tech. (Computational Mechanics specialization) students. Numerical solution techniques for varying mathematical problems are discussed systematically. Students have to develop computational codes for each of the methods covered during lecture sessions.
- Two-phase Flow and Heat Transfer (ME - 657) : This is an elective paper for final-year B.Tech. (ME) and first-year M.Tech. (Fluid-Thermal and Computational Mechanics specialization) students. It deals with the fundamentals of two-phase flow systems, including the physical nature of flow and heat transfer, theoretical modeling methodologies and measurement aspects. Starting from simple mechanistic models, more involved 1-D and multi-dimensional models are discussed and also most popular computational approaches are briefly summarized.
- Thermal Hydraulics in Power Generation Technology (ME - 669) : This is an elective paper for final-year B.Tech. (ME) and first-year M.Tech. (Fluid-Thermal specialization) students. It deals with the thermal hydraulic aspects of power generation systems involving two-phase and supercritical flows. Basics of phase transition processes (boiling & condensation), two-phase instability and different methods of steady & transient analysis are discussed.
- Engineering Drawing (ME - 111) : as a Tutor
- Mechanical Engineering Lab - II (ME - 315) : Thermal Science & IC Engine laboratory
- Mechanical Engineering Lab - III (ME - 326) : Turbo-machinery laboratory